After receiving a single report of a faulty Model S in Europe, Tesla has issued a recall for all 90,000 of its electric vehicles on the road, Ars Technica reported.
Elon Musk’s company said it recently found a Model S in Europe that did not have its front seat belt properly connected.
The vehicle was not involved in a crash and there have been no injuries.
Tesla has asked all Model S owners to bring their cars in for a quick check to make sure the issue isn’t widespread.
Checks on over 3,000 Model S cars haven’t revealed any faults.